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Swiss SME Research Center China

The Swiss SME Research Center China provides Swiss and Chinese SMEs with a viable opportunity to gain a foothold in China respective Switzerland. FHNW staff and Chinese employees will be available as on-site contact partners.

 

Successfully doing business in China

The center aims to provide SMEs with an entry-point to the Chinese or Swiss market and the opportunity to make contact with local business partners.

Your Chance?

The Swiss SME Research Center China is a platform for Swiss and Chinese SMEs seeking to evaluate and test the Chinese or Swiss market for their products and services and to find local business partners. This could be a chance for you!
Our Services

The SSRCC is part of the FHNW School of Business. The brochure "China Activities" gives you an overview of the activies of the FHNW School of Business in China.

Upcoming Events

Swiss-Chinese Life Sciences Forum 2018

Thursday, 13 September 2018, 13:30 - 17:30 in Basel

Following the huge success of the 2017 Swiss-Chinese Life Sciences Forum, we are pleased to announce the Swiss-Chinese Life Sciences Forum 2018:

“Chinese Pharma Goes Global”

More information can be found here.

Newsletter

SSRCC Newsletter

The latest issue of the SSRCC Newsletter is online with the following topics:
New Center in Shenzhen, New Seminars 2018, New Horizons, Winter Sports in Heilongjiang, China Public Holidays and In the News.
Newsletter

Contact

SSRCC Switzerland

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
FHNW School of Business
Swiss SME Research Center China SSRCC
Riggenbachstrasse 16, 4600 Olten, Switzerland
, T +41 (0)848 821 011 (Switchboard)
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Prof. Michael Jeive, Head SSRCC
, T +41 62 957 23 08


SSRCC China

Swiss SME Research Center China SSRCC
Room 1426, No. 600 Chuang Xin San Road,
Song Bei District, Harbin, P.R. China, Postcode 150028

 

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